Ann Harwood - Sales Representative
With over 30 years in Mercer County real estate, Ann specializes in working to meet the needs of clients throughout the greater Princeton region. Prior to joining Weichert's Princeton office in 1993, she worked dual careers as a real estate agent and as the marketing and public relations director for a large non-profit, an
undeniable illustration of Ann's characteristically strong work ethic, ambition, and dedication.
With her decades of experience, Ann is a true residential real-estate generalist. She tracks economic activity and has a thorough understanding of area real estate markets and trends. Ann is knowledgeable and familiar with the downsizing process, having undergone it twice. She also enjoys the process of smoothly guiding first-time buyers through one of the most exciting transactions of their lives.
MAKING LIFE EASY FOR CLIENTS
Ann works in person and electronically using text, phone, email, and DocuSign, to communicate quickly and to complete paperwork wherever clients are.
Sophisticated Pricing Tools—beyond the “CMA”
Professional Staging and Photography
Broker and Public Open Houses, customized and professionally-printed home brochures
Direct mail campaigns
Extensive Internet Exposure through Weichert’s exclusive Internet Syndication
Whether you are a first-time home buyer in search of a condo or a long-time Princeton Area resident wishing to downsize from a stately home, Ann will treat you with premium service.
COMMITMENT TO CLIENTS
With respect, discretion, integrity and fairness—from the exploration phase through closing day and beyond—Ann's commitment and loyalty to her clients is lifelong. When you are ready to take the first (or next) step on your real-estate journey or simply have a question, reach out to her at (609) 921-3060 or at email@example.com.
LIFE OUTSIDE REAL ESTATE
Ann is a passionate, professionally-trained cook and baker, was a newspaper food columnist for many years, and owned a cooking school and custom cake business. She has been a dancer since she could walk.